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Terry Ork

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PUNK Magazine Inc

HQ Phone:  (212) 242-0066

Email: t***@***.com

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PUNK Magazine Inc

200 East 10th Street

New York City, New York, 10003

United States

Company Description

Rytrut éditions éditent des livres sur la musique, notamment le punk rock : La philosophie du punk, Going Underground, Ramones, The Slits, Jello Biafra, DOA, Pink, Crass......more

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The Worst | Stuart Schrader

Legs McNeil of Punk Magazine hated The Worst, but Terry Ork, who became their manager, described them as Sabbath on speed.
The band did, however, serve as wide-eyed fans of punk rock heroes like Johnny Thunders, eager to fit in-unfortunately, fitting in often meant copping for the stars. One time, Sid was having a screaming fit due to withdrawal (as always), and Ork sent The Worst's young roadie to the streets to grab poor Vicious a fix. Unfortunately, the kid didn't know where to acquire smack, so he bought a handful of tuinols from a nearby dealer. When the kid came back and presented the downers to Sid-who was supposed to share them with the room-the ex-Pistol swallowed them all. Within minutes, Sid was out cold, nearly dead on the floor. Ork and Nancy were pissed at Sid for not sharing. Ork, along with Legs McNeil, suggested they use the ironic moniker The Bad Guys to slip under the radar and back into the clubs. Trezz is so embarrassed of the 45 that resulted, that he didn't want me to mention it in this history, but it's worth noting how the NY scene treated a real hardcore punk band: it made them change to powerpop! At a Suicide gig at CBGB, they met the band's roadie, a leather and chains biker named Mark "The Mutha" Chesley who knew The Worst's reputation. It's tough for me to figure out if The Mutha had started with good intentions or if he was trying to run a scam from the beginning, but either way, he was lucky to have some amazing bands on his label more than they were lucky to be on it.


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